|1.||"I Want You To Be Mine" (feat Rachel Wallace) (3:53)|
Roll up, roll up - Adam Prescott and Deemas J's "I Want You To Be Mine" has all the hallmarks of classic 1960's Rocksteady with its one-drop beats, slick sax lines and warm guitar and bass combo. Deemas J rides the rhythm like a wave with fine accompaniment from Rachel Wallace and her straight up gorgeous vocal. Deeper cut "Questions" takes pride of place on the b-side and features a pensive poem over moody instrumentals. The drums hit harder on this one and the effects are more tripped out.
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